Thursday, November 14, 2013

New Volume: Chinese (Taiwan) Yearbook of International Law and Affairs

The latest volume of the Chinese (Taiwan) Yearbook of International Law and Affairs (Vol. 29, 2011) is out. Contents include:
  • Articles
    • Fiammetta Borgia & Paolo Vargiu, When Investment Law Takes over: Towards a New Legal Regime to Regulate Asia Pacific’s Submarine Cables Boom
    • Hsu-hua Chou, Bargaining for Mijiu Tax Reduction in the Shadow of WTO Law: Challenges for Taiwan and Lessons from Cases against Japan and Korea
    • Paul J. Davidson, The Cross-Straits Economic Cooperation Framework Agreement: Legal Issues
    • Eric Franckx, CITES as an Alternative for Effective Fisheries Management in the Asia-Pacific Region
    • Hamamoto Shotaro, Multilateral Treaties and Recognition of States - The Japanese Case Law on the Applicability of the Berne Convention and the Patent Cooperation Treaty between Japan and the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea
    • Natalie Klein, From Eco-Terrorism to Eco-Tourism: Assessing Effective Regulatory Tools and Regimes in Marine Management
    • Josef Mrázek, The Use of Force and Expanded Conceptions of Self-Defence
    • Vasilka Sancin, Innovative Arbitration Agreements to Resolve Border Disputes and the Role of Regional International Organizations: Can the Example of Slovenia-Croatia Arbitration Agreement Be Followed in the Asia Pacific?